Flugel solo

Can anybody help please,i need to find the publishers of a Flugel solo(i think),it`s called I`ve got you under my skin,
Thanks for any help
Wonkeystickman
M/D Watford Silver Band
 

Keppler

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I would have thought this would be a 'bone solo ;)

<how's that then, Mr. Peter Pun? :D >
 

Ankanala

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Can anybody help please,i need to find the publishers of a Flugel solo(i think),it`s called I`ve got you under my skin,
I think you will find it is published on the IMP/Warner catalogue. Give Robin Norman a ring at Warners.

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LU-Brasser

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WONKYSTICKMAN said:
Can anybody help please,i need to find the publishers of a Flugel solo(i think),it`s called I`ve got you under my skin,
Thanks for any help
Wonkeystickman
M/D Watford Silver Band
I think I can help you... I hope...
We play that piece in the army, Its one piece from Frank Sinatra Selection, called Frankly Speaking, arr. by M Free. You can buy it at Bandsupplies..
http://www.bandsupplies.co.uk/Music...xtCategory=728&imageField.x=31&imageField.y=9

The CD with recording with that piece...
http://www.blasmusik.ch/shop/index.php3?action=showProd&prodNr=5979
 
WONKYSTICKMAN said:
Can anybody help please,i need to find the publishers of a Flugel solo(i think),it`s called I`ve got you under my skin,
Thanks for any help
Wonkeystickman
M/D Watford Silver Band
:lol: I've got it on a CD "Swing with the big band" MD Dave Arch.....I believe it is a Nelson Riddle arrangement for Sinatra recorded in the 50's......the arrangement with the build up to a cracking trombone feature halfway through........will check further and let you know :lol:
 

bladder

Member
Hornblower RN said:
....I believe it is a Nelson Riddle arrangement for Sinatra recorded in the 50's......the arrangement with the build up to a cracking trombone feature halfway through.......
...listen to the original recording and hear a band SWING playing crotchets on the beat!! The bit I mean is the <ahem>background</ahem> to the arse-ripping trombone solo, Frank Rossolino I believe. Also listen to the Bass Trombone at the start and hear how to swing that as well!!
 

euphemism

Member
and there are 2 other pieces in Frankly Speaking - which are pretty good too- a nice - but hard trombone solo - think its all the way - then a version of my way - we've done it on Euph - but can be done on cornet
 

satchmo shaz

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euphemism said:
and there are 2 other pieces in Frankly Speaking - which are pretty good too- a nice - but hard trombone solo - think its all the way - then a version of my way - we've done it on Euph - but can be done on cornet
int it new york new york carl?
 
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